Intel Tiger Lake, Xe allows you to play in Full HD on Battlefield V

Intel Tiger Lake, Xe allows you to play in Full HD on Battlefield V

We will soon be testing the performance of the Tiger Lake mobile processor's iGPU, based on the new Intel Xe (Gen12) graphics architecture. Waiting to get our hands on these products let's take a look at what Intel showed a few days ago, when the company provided a small taste of what awaits us.

Ryan Shrout, Chief Performance Strategist at Intel , has published a video on Twitter, in which it shows a notebook (prototype) playing Battlefield V in Full HD (1080p) and with graphic settings set to high. The new generation integrated graphics card manages to maintain a constant frame rate of 30 frames per second, with a maximum of 32fps. Here is the video in question:

Perks of the job! Took a prototype Tiger Lake system for a spin on Battlefield V to stretch its legs. Impressive thin and light gaming perf with Xe graphics! Early drivers / sw, but it's the first time I've seen this game run like this on integrated gfx. More later this year!

- Ryan Shrout (@ryanshrout) June 17, 2020

Shrout also stressed that the drivers are not yet the definitive ones, leaving understand that there is still room for improvement. A few hours earlier, the executive had also shown the laptop from another angle, revealing what could be two fourth generation Thunderbolt ports and a hinge that lifts the keyboard, similar to that of many Asus ZenBooks. It is not clear which company designed this system; Intel's test machines often do not have a logo or carry that of the Santa Clara giant.

Intel CEO Robert Swan said Tiger Lake processors, produced with the 10nm + node, will arrive summer inside new notebooks. According to rumors, the platform will be accompanied by the new Thunderbolt 4 ports, updated AI units and, of course, the new Gen12 iGPU.

The chip family Tiger Lake will happen to the present Ice Lake and will probably be destined for Ultrabooks. The number of cores/threads should not differ from that of their predecessors: the top of the range should again offer 4 cores/8 threads, but with higher frequencies.

In the course of these months, were discovered many benchmarks of the alleged prototypes of mobile eleventh generation. In this news , for example, you may find a comparison between the graphics performance of a prototype Tiger Lake, and those of the iGPU Vega 8 of Ryzen 9 4900HS. The most recent benchmark, see the integrated Intel overcome by only 4% the iGPU of Ryzen 9 4900HS and 8%, that of Ryzen 7 4800U.

that Said, the video posted by Shrout demonstrates how in gaming Jan 12 if the cables rather well. Who knows, maybe in a few years it will be possible to buy a APU desktop and play games in Full HD at 60FPS without having to invest in buying a discrete video card.

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